Kay Cai

  • Master of Teaching (Primary) University of Melbourne
  • Bachelor of Music Performance (Repertoire) Victorian College of the Arts
  • Licentiate Diploma in Music (Distinction) Australian Music Examinations Board
  • Fully Registered with the Victorian Institute of Teaching
  • Australian Kodaly Certificate Level 1 and Level 2 (current)

Kay is a passionate and approachable pianist who has performed with musicians at venues such as the National Gallery of Victoria, BMW Edge at Federation Square, Stones of the Yarra Valley Winery, Zonzo Restaurant and more. She has accompanied Bachelor of Music Theatre students for their recitals at the Victorian College of the Arts and has recorded a CD with La Tin Shed Orqestra, playing the music of Astor Piazzolla. She also enjoys jazz improvisation and playing as part of the band at her local church.

She has worked with violinists, cellists, violists, opera singers, music theatre vocalists, clarinettists, trumpeters, chamber music ensembles, church music ensembles, Argentinean tango ensembles, jazz ensembles and choirs. She has accompanied students for AMEB and VCE examinations, university auditions and examinations.

She is available to provide aural training, sight reading training and general exam and audition preparation for students who may already have a piano teacher but need additional support.

She particularly enjoys providing live piano music at weddings and special events.

She works as a classroom music teacher for students in kinder to grade 6 and recently directed and produced the school production at Robert Blackwood Hall, Clayton. She recently traveled to New York City to study jazz piano.

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Oakleigh East, VIC
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Mount Waverley, VIC
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0409 783 868
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Wheelers Hill, VIC
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Melbourne, VIC
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Details last updated on June 24, 2019